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Comedian Tig Notaro

Video: Comedian Tig Notaro

Tig Notaro is a stand up comedian who found out she had breast cancer right before she had to perform a comedy show. Listen as she explains the value of staying present.

Never Trust A Two-Year-Old!

Video: Never Trust a Two-Year-Old!

We're always excited to celebrate our amazing moms on Mother's Day — and so is this little cutie! Click to see how well she keeps a secret!

A Young Afghan Student

Buses Needed!

Since 2010, the Safe Ride to School program has provided safe passage to girls attending Mirwais Mena School in Afghanistan — thanks to Pulitzer Prize winner Dexter Filkins and an Afghan colleague, who raised money to purchase the bus. Now the bus is breaking down. However, two buses are available for purchase if we can raise the funds.

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When WNBA star Ivory Latta, 29, went in for a routine checkup in May, she never imagined that she would be facing the reality that she may have breast cancer.

Older women who walk for at least four hours per week can decrease their breast cancer risk by 10 percent.Risk of Breast Cancer Lower in Older Women Who Are Active

Middle-aged women who participate in four hours a week of walking or other physical activity can decrease their risk of breast cancer by up to 10 percent.

Angela’s Corner: Staying Active

I was athletic in school. I was not the best and it was hard to live up to my sister’s success, but I often stayed active throughout the year. Once I left for college, going to the gym or running was never a high priority, even if I worked at a gym. The drive to...

A new study found that women who take osteoporosis pills do not have a lower risk of breast cancer.Osteoporosis Drugs Won’t Prevent Breast Cancer

A new study conducted by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, found that women who take drugs to treat osteoporosis will not lower their risk of developing breast cancer as previously thought.

Tattoo artists are creating "nats" for breast cancer survivors to help them repair their self-image.Tattoos Helping Breast Cancer Survivors

Breast cancer survivors who have undergone mastectomies are turning to tattoo artists to recreate 3-D nipples to create the appearance that they're really there.


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